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kan met with u.s. defense secretary robert gates in tokyo. they agreed to continue working together to bring stability to east asia, including north korea. before the meeting kan told gates he is determined to deepen the japan-u.s. alliance. kan added that he is looking forward to expressing the sentiment to u.s. president barack obama when they meet in the spring. gates agreed with kan. he said sustaining strong relations between the two countries is important amid the unstable situation in the region. prior to the talks with kan gates met with foreign minister seiji maehara and defense minister toshimi kitazawa. >>> u.s. president barack obama has mourned the victims of the shooting rampage in arizona. six people died, and a congresswoman was left in critical condition. obama spoke at a memorial service in tucson on wednesday. >> we mourn with you for the fallen. we join you in your grief. and we add our faith to yours that representative gabrielle giffords and the other living victims of this tragedy will pull through. [ cheers and applause ] rather than pointing fingers or assig
in a range of industries. what can we do for you? >> it is the richest country in the world but is u.s. debt out of control? president obama has bought to reassure american workers their recovery is on course. some wonder whether the markets are too relaxed about the u.s. government debt. whether they can get it under control. >> absent any action, the jet -- debt to gdp ratio will be rising. >> we hear from one economist who argues america could be a second division socialist state. >> two of britain's leading people bring a rare audience to us. >> this is very important at the same time. >> asked to name the biggest threat hanging over the global economy and most people would think of a crisis in the euro zone, but some see a larger cloud that could make the bailout of portugal make up -- look like loose change. >> president obama when to a factory to talk about creating jobs. new figures showed the economy is not creating enough of them. they have been good at creating federal debt. this is what the head of the central bank had to say about the long-term threat at that they covering -- go
of an afghan law that taxes contractors there some we'll talk to two experts. >>> but first, the u.s.-china summit appears to have been a success. the two agreed to expand links and general cooperation but will an increasingly assertive people's liberation army buy into that plan? and what happens if washington sells weapons to taiwan? here are two leading china watchers, drew thompson, and phil saunders of the national defense university. guys, welcome to the show. drew, let me start off to get each of your takes and i'll start with you, drew. what did this summit accomplish? >> i think most importantly the summit met everybody's expectations. the chinese got the pomp and circumstance and imagery. >> hu got his state dinner. >> he was treated with all the same respect that we've accorded to india, for example, so i think that helped him stand up on the world stage and show his people back home that he's the leader that he purports to be, and there were some deliverables. there were some good outcomes to the joint statement, the reaffirm mages that military ties should be healthy, st
and will meet with u.s. president become barack on wednesday. the focus of the meeting will be on whether the two nations can narrow their differences in areas such as appreciation of the chinese yuan and security issues. he was welcomed by vice president joe biden at an airport outside washington on tuesday afternoon. this is the chinese president's first official visit to the u.s. in five years. the two presidents are expected to discuss the value of the chinese currency and ways to handle tensions on the korean peninsula. the united states is calling for the appreciation of the yuan against other currency. hu has indicated that it's time to change the international financial order centered on the u.s. dollar and this may also be discussed during the summit. relations between the u.s. and china have been tense since january last year when the obama administration decided to sell weapons to taiwan. china apparently wants to demonstrate to the international community that through the visit ties have improved with the u.s. hu will also visit obama's hometown of chicago. >>> a u.s. media su
>>> welcome to nhk world "newsline." u.s. president barack obama led a moment of silence for the six people who died in a shooting rampage in it tucson, arizona. >>> we are speaking directly to our sense of loss but also speaking to our hopes for the future. and how out of this tragedy we can come together as a stronger nation. >>> the president, first lady michelle obama, and his staff gather on the white house south lawn on monday to take part in the vigil. [ bell tolling ] arizona residents also observed a moment of silence. they gathered with investigators at the site of the shooting. the incident on saturday left six dead and 14 injured, including congresswoman gabrielle giffords. she remains in critical condition from a gunshot to the head. among the dead are a federal judge and a 9-year-old girl. at the elementary school where christina taylor green attended, students and teachers put up messages of sympathy. she was born on the day of the september 11th terrorist attacks. the fbi is investigating the suspect, jared loughner, who opened fire at a gathering for giff
on u.s. foreign policy. i'm ralph begleiter. this week we ask, "should the u.s. give up on haiti?" to help answer this question we'll be joined by great decision participants in dallas and by our experts: ray walser, a senior policy analyst at the heritage foundation and michael shifter, president of the inter-american dialogue. thanks to both of you for being with us on great decisions. right to the top question, "should the united states give up on haiti?" ray. >> the question, i think, is posed in a moral sense, "should the u.s. do a particular, make a particular decision regarding haiti?" i don't think that is the way the question should be posed. "will the u.s. give up on haiti?" and i'm afraid that the answer may be that the u.s. over time, will tend to give up on haiti because the problems that it faces there and the reconstruction process dealg with an impoverished country with low levels of human capital and financial capital, given its tendency to move towards political division, ah, the insecurities there and the competing interests that we face around the world in a,
>> charlie: welcome to our program. tonight the u.s.-china relationship and the context of a state visit by the president of china. first, the chinese perspective. and then two journalists and an academic. they look at the relationship and what we might expect from the meetings in washington. we conclude this evening with the conversation with garry trudeau, the creator of doonesbury. the chinese visit to the united states and garry trudeau when we continue. maybe you want school kids to have more exposure to the arts. maybe you want to provide meals for the needy. or maybe you want to help when the unexpected happens. whatever you want to do, members project from american express can help you take the first step. vote, volunteer, or donate for the causes you believe in at membersproject.com. take charge of making a difference. additional funding provided by these funders: captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> charlie: hu jintao the president of china arrived in washington today for a very important four-day visit to
appearance. blair's expected to answer questions about his correspondents with then-u.s. president george w. bush. >>> u.s. is downplaying expectations ahead of talking to try to stop iran's nuclear program. iran and six other countries will hold a meeting in istanbul today. don't expect any breakthroughs. it's just constructive progress. >>> meanwhile 125 alleged mobsters have been arrested in the u.s. in one of the largest sweeps against the mafia in fbi history. authorities say it's an important step in tackling the criminal organization known as la cosa nostra. those are the headlines. i'm zain verjee. "world business today" starts now. >>> good morning from cnn london i'm matt foster. >> and a very good afternoon from cnn hong kong. i'm andrew stevens. welcome to "world business today." >> the top stories on friday, january the 21st. and back to the future a management reshovel at google larry page retake to take the reigns as ceo. >>> china's president calls for increased economic cooperation on a visit to capitol hill. but lawmakers give him a less than warm welcome. >>> and south ko
studies following and former united nations journalist discusses u.s. influence in the international body and the status of the war in iraq and afghanistan her work on u.s. foreign policy since 9/11 include before and after challenging in high gear and ending the iraq war. in your >> host: phyllis bennis coming in your first book from 1990u stones to state what you'vew right being partisan does not allow one to feel and honesty, to fail to tell the truth but it does mean choosing the story that one will tell >> host: what's your objective in your writings? >> guest: you know, ever since i began doing writing which i first started writing for radio, i was writing radio commentaries first, i felt like it was part of political organizing. i never felt like i was writing a book for history, or i was writing an essay for the poet in us all. i appreciate the writing for history, i appreciate poetry, but for me it was always very practical. it was because it was a story that needed to be told. it was an analysis that i thought would help mobilize people to change the world, usually to end a war
defense minister, toshima kitazawa, will hold talks with his south korean and u.s. counterparts next week. these are part of efforts to strengthen defense cooperation between the three nations. the talks come amid growing concern that east asia is becoming more volatile. kitazawa will visit seoul next monday for two days of discussions with south korean defense minister kim kwan jin. kim took office last month. the two defense ministers will exchange opinions on heightening tensions on the korean peninsula in the aftermath of the north korean shelling of a south korean island in november. they will also strengthen a plan for periodic reciprocal visits by the top japanese and south korean defense officials. kitazawa will meet u.s. defense secretary robert gates in tokyo on thursday of next week. they will discuss how japan and the u.s. can cooperate on the korean peninsula issues. china stepping up activity in the east china sea including waters near japan will also be a focus of the talks. >>> south korean president, lee myung-bak, says he will step up security following north korea's she
with the united states. as i said, in june 2005, in my addresses to the national committee on u.s.-china relations in the parking petition, there are factors which one make it possible for our two countries to form communities of interest in multiple areas and that different levels in such communities will not be easily broken a. the fact, as i mentioned, are as follows. in an era of globalization, our interest there's so deeply intertwined that we need each other. the rest of nontraditional security threats has left to a new security concept based on cooperation among major countries. the national community has come to understand that there is necessity for joint efforts to address personal hot button issues and maintain national peace and security, increasing contacts between the chinese and the american people close together. and i still believe this is true and i believe that the development has proven this fact. for example, we have seen further developments of chinese american student studying each other's countries. i would like to take this of interest in the next decade. first, i look for
to the u.s. and that's just the beginning. the "wall street journal report" begins right now. >> this is america's number one financial news program, "the wall street journal report." now maria bartiromo. >> here is a look at what is making news as we head into a new week on wall street. the u.s. economy picked up steam in the fourth quarter of last year, although not as much as analysts had expected. the gross domestic product, the broadest view of the strength and size of the american economy, rose 3.2% on an annualized basis. consumer spending was the strongest it has been in more than four years. for all of 2010, the economy grew at 2.9%, the biggest gain since 2005. the markets hit some big numbers this week. on wednesday, the dow touching the 12,000 mark for the first time since june of 2008. then on thursday, the s&p 500 hit 1300 for the first time since august of 2008. but on friday the markets came down. the federal reserve's open market committee met this week and left interest rates unchanged. it also said that the economic recovery was strengthening, and that it w
comments from president hu jintao. the u.s. and chinese presidents are scheduled to take, as i said, two questions each in the news conference. that's going to start moments from now. and this follows a busy morning of pomp and private meetings beginning on the south lawn of the white house. president hu got the full treatment in vivid contrast to the last u.s. visit in 2006 when something called state honors were not extended. now these two leaders quickly got down to business. business presumably was top of their agenda. the oval office doors had barely closed when we got word of a newly signed u.s. export deal or various deals worth $45 billion and more than 200,000 u.s. jobs. now as we speak, the presidents are wrapping up a meet with u.s. and chinese business leaders. major u.s. ceos, one of whom will join me live in the next hour to tell us what they talked about with the two presidents. tomorrow, president hu visits the only other u.s. city on his itinerary, chicago. mayor daley, as only mayor daley can, describes the visit as big, big, big, big, big deal. we couldn't have said it
." >> it wake-up call for america. barack obama tells his people the u.s. is losing its lead to competitors. a message many in congress don't want to hear. taking on the new global economy. >> to win the future we will have to take on challenges that have been decades in the making. we need to out-innovate, out- educate, and out-build the rest of the world. [applause] >> welcome to "gmt." i'm george alagiah with a world of news and opinion. also in the program -- waiting in the wings. truckloads of riot police in cairo ready to put down any repeat of yesterday's clashes which killed four people. president karzai finally opens the first session of afghanistan's parliament. what about the dispute over election fraud? it is midday in london, 2:00 in the afternoon in cairo and 7:00 a.m. in washington where politicians and pundits alike are digesting president barack obama's state of the union speech. even before he got to his feet, the occasion made its mark. for the first time anyone can remember, republicans and democrats sat side by side, a sign of solidarity after the tucson shooting. but t
it was -- and it was particularly true in the countries where troops had been mobilized, governments forced by the u.s. to join what was known as the coalition of the willing, places like london, , in mad kid, in barcelona. these were governments that were going to war with the u.s. and, of course, in the u.s. in new york at the foot of the united nations and also in san francisco there were millions of people. the guinness book of world records said that it was the largest protest ever held in the history of humanity on one day, and it was somewhere between 12 and 14 million people. and it was one of the most extraordinary things. i think by that time, peter, i think most of us who had been involved in organizing -- and it had been over just a six week period, it's been a very rapid decision at a global movement, a global meeting of the world social forum had decided we should all do a protest on february 15th. and lo and behold, it actually happened that way just six weeks later. i think most of us knew the war was going to happen anyway, but there was this scrap of hope somewhere that if there was a massive enou
this is an extremely striking grass. if you look at 2007 and compare chinese auto production to the u.s. auto production in that year u.s. although production which is the blue line with significantly above china. look at the trends here with our economic financial the crisis in 2008 and other issues on the auto production fell very sharply. china sharply in exactly the same pogo as anyone who has spent time in beijing can tell you. most chinese production is sold to the rapidly growing domestic market. look at this curve. hard to say when that -- with the slogan is going to be in the years ahead but it is rising extremely sharply. and this for me is especially frightening. china is going to add about 60 of 300 billion square feet of floor space. china is predicted to add exactly that amount in the next 15 or 20 years. china is going to build another united states of building stock according to most projections in the next 15 or 20 years. it's just a word on our complementary difference is and why to cooperate in think jon holdren has already spoken extremely articulate on this. i would just
to the u.s.-china business counsel. that's at 12:30 p.m. eastern here on c-span2. you're watching public affairs programming created by america's tv companies offered as a public service. we'll take your calls covering president hu jintao's day here including tonight's dinner toasts, the first of a nearly week long visit to the u.s.. in about an hour and a half, the joint news conference with president obama and president hu, that's followed by a house foreign affairs committee on relations between the u.s. and china. >> a live view from the north lawn of the white house. we're inside, president obama hosting a state dinner, the third of his presidency. the guest of honor is hu jintao, president of china. guests include chinese americans, cabinet members, and a number of entertainers. they greeted president hu at the north entrance and then went to a reception on the top floor of the white house. this caps a day of ceremony and protocol in business relations between the u.s. and china. tomorrow, hu jintao travels to capitol hill to meet with congressional leaders. we should point out, th
>> a rare mission, tschida's president visiting the u.s. and acknowledging allah us to be done for human-rights. china's president visiting the u.s. tunisia's interim president promises a break from the past and tries to calm protests in the capital. welcome to "bbc world news," broadcast on pbs in america and around the globe. coming up later, the un security council agrees to send 2000 more peacekeepers to ivory coast. countdown to a big de, 100 days from now prince william will mary kate middleton. choreographed visit, the unpredictability of a washington press conference has thrown up a surprising admission from the chinese leader. president hu jintao has obama said ca long way on the issue but he will continue to be candid with his visitor. most of the biggest economic powers have been talking trade and currency. >> two presidents, together they preside over a quarter of the world's population at one-third of the economy. they differ profoundly in their philosophy with government but -- >> we had an enormous stake in 9gfzç success. in an interconnected
other, the police, and even the army. now, the u.s. military has begun training mexican troops to fight the cartels. should america get more involved in the growing unrest just over its southern border? joining me to discuss this topic are andrew selee, director of the mexico institute at the woodrow wilson center and adjunct professor of government at johns hopkins university; arturo alvarado mendoza, a fellow at the national endowment for democracy and professor of sociology at el colegio de mexico; and armand peschard of the center for strategic and international studies and ceo of a consulting firm for companies doing business in mexico. the topic this week--are drug cartels taking over mexico? this is "ideas in action." >> funding for "ideas in action" is provided by "investor's business daily." every stock market cycle is led by america's never-ending stream of innovative new companies and inventions. "investor's business daily" helps investors find these new leaders as they emerge. more information is available at investors.com. >> every day, nearly a billion dollars' worth of go
minister kenichiro sasae met u.s. special representative for north korean policies stephen bosworth in tokyo on friday. bosworth visited south korea and china before flying to japan. north korea offered to allow u.n. nuclear inspectors into its uranium enrichment facility and recently called for unconditional talks with south korea at an early date. sasae and bosworth discussed the north's strategy and exchanged views on china's proposal to hold meetings of the six-party talks on the north's nuclear program. but they agreed that they will continue to urge north korea to take concrete action toward dismantling its nuclear facilities as a precondition for resuming talks. two officials confirmed that japan, the united states and south korea will continue to coordinate their positions on north korea. >>> the chinese government says president hu jintao will visit the united states for four days starting the 18th of this month. it will be the president's first visit to the u.s. in five years. the chinese foreign ministry announced details of the trip on friday. it says hu will meet u.s. p
it would take 10 years to get it. my grandmother is a u.s. citizen and today my parents and my sister, my entire family here are citizens. i am the only undocumented in my family. that is because immigration officials refused to follow the law. i will explain why. it took so long to get my parents residency that i aged out. they do not care when you turn 21. they tell you to get in the back of the line. even waiting nine years, they are asking me to go to the back of the line again. i will be 23 by the time i can immigrate to the country legally. in the meantime, growing up, my parents had no idea this would happen. i graduated from college with a bachelor's in political science with a master's i as well. we fought hard to stay in the country. according to the law of the land, i am supposed to be able to use my old date for filing for immigration to the country, but so far immigration is refusing to let me use that old date, so i am in a month now. i cannot go back to fiji because i would have a 10-year ban on me. my mother has a small cleaning business she need help with. when i was in c
be like for u.s. soldiers. i never got that far with tryinm toys put myself into thatri position, but i tried.at but it was that sense of trying to look at other places in the world that i had never been andt thinking about what my government was doing, even the things -- especially the things i didn't like, how it was likely to be affecting them more thantm how it was going to affect me. >> host: well, let's get this ti question out of the way. does israel have a right to exist? >> guest: you know, it's a funny question. i don't think countries haveount rights like that. i don't think france has a right to exist. france exists. israel exists. israelis have rights. people have rights. israelis have rights,hts, palestinians have rights. i don't i think countries have rights. you know, if we look at our country, our country was founded on the basis of slavery and genocide and stealing otherople people's lands, or most of whomd we then wiped out.now, now, does that mean we have arih right to exist? i don't see history that way. i think that we stole the rights and the lives of a whole lot
visit to the u.s. in five years. the chinese foreign ministry announced details of the trip on friday. it says hu will meet u.s. president barack obama in washington on the 19th. china views the trip as one of its most important diplomatic events of the year, and as an opportunity to mend ties. u.s./china relations soured l.a. last year after the obama administration decided to sell arms to taiwan. in retaliation, china suspended military exchanges with the u.s. the two countries recently agreed to resume military contact. however, differences remain between the two countries over the yuan/dollar exchange rate and how to deal with north korea. ♪ >>> year after year, china prominence has been increasing in the international community and it looks as if this year as well the country will remain in the spotlight. on the economic front, china is projected to see an annual growth rate of about 9% this year, and will continue to be a driving force behind the world economy. this will become quite clear later this month when chinese president hu jintao will visit the united states for talks
of the main objectives of his trip was to ease deep-seated mistrust on the economic front among u.s. congress and business leaders. did hu succeed? nhk world's junpei yoshioka in washington. >> reporter: on thursday hu attended a luncheon in washington with corporate leaders. there he stressed that the strengthening of bilateral economic ties would help revitalize the u.s. economy. >> reporter: the united states had a $250 billion trade deficit with china as of november 2010. some participants in the keptic about the benefits to the u.s. of boosting economic ties. >> i think they were addressed, but many of the issues have a great deal of work that remains to be done. >> reporter: the chinese government has agreed to business deals with the u.s. worth $45 billion, including the purchase of 200 boeing aircraft. the deals were timed to coincide with hu's visit. but the perception of china as an economic threat is deeply rooted in the united states. u.s. lawmakers have voiced criticism over the yuan's exchange rate, which they say is causing the bilateral trade gap. there are even nonpartisan mo
>>> welcome to nhk world "newsline." >>> japan's debt has been downgraded by u.s. credit rating agency standard and poor. it's the first downgrade in eight years and nine months for japanese government bonds. standard and poor's said on thursday it has cut the double-a credit rating on japan's sovereign debt by one notch to did you believe a minus. japan has the highest ranking out of 21 notches. it has the same rating as kuwait, saudi arabia and china. >> our level of confidence of the ability of the government to carry through with fiscal consolidation had evaporated to a point where we thought we needed to lower the rating. >> the rating firm says japan's fiscal health is the worth among industrialized nation. s&p said it will consider an upgrade if the government takes steps to reduce the debts. it cited japan's net foreign assets, which are the largest in the world. the yen's role has a major reserve currency. >> japan's cumulative national debt is nearly 200% of its gross domestic product. japan's finance ministry estimates its national debt will swell to more than $997 tr
of the immigrant resource center, who was trying to help low- income immigrants adjust to life in the u.s. new life after amnesty, a lot of people were not able to immigrate because of a lack of money. still to this point, i see a lot of immigrants who want to get their work permits. i ask them how long they have been here. sometimes they have been here since the 1970's, 1980's, 1990's. a lot of them are elderly who are ready to retire. i had 165-year-old man who is alone, no family -- a 65-year- old man who is alone, no family here, but he does not have any papers to get that social security that he has contributed to for 30 years. he will be homeless after working for many years. i faced this situation with my clients a lot. i help low income people. sometimes it is very difficult. sometimes i think about how small the world is a and i see how immigration laws are changing. immigration rates started about 40 years ago and i started to see my client to come to me. my husband has been here 10 years and all of a sudden, his employer is asking for a work permit. we have two children. we just bought a
friendship, deepen cooperation and push forward the positive, cooperative and comprehensive china/u.s. relationship for the 21st century. [speaking in native tongue] [speaking in native tongue] >> translator: over the past 32 years, since the establishment of diplomatic ties, the china/u.s. relationship has grown into one with strategic significance and global influence. since president obama took office with concerted efforts of the two sides, our cooperation has produced fruitful results and our relations have achieved new progress. this has brought real benefits to our two peoples and contributed greatly to world peace and development. [speaking in native tongue] [speaking in native tongue] [speaking in native tongue] >> translator: as we enter the second decade of the 21st century, the people of both china and the united states want to see further progress in our relations. and people around the globe want to see greater prosperity in the world. under the new circumstances, and in the face of new challenges, china and the united states share broad, common interests and important c
>>> i'm zain vergee at cnn london. leaders of the u.s. and china have toasted each other, their nations and their people at the first u.s. state ziner for a state leader since 1997. barack obama pressed hu jintao on china's business rights record. the lawyer for former haitian dictator jean-claude duvalier says he's convinced his client will remain a free man. >>> authorities in brazil warn the flooding death toll could soar over 1,000 people. hundreds are still missing after days of floods and landslides in the state of rio de janeiro. rescuers still haven't been able to reach some hard-hit areas. >>> it looks as though the people of southern sudan have voted overwhelmingly for independence. final results are expected next month. those are the headlines, i'm zain vergee at cnn london. "world business today" starts now. >>> good morning, from cnn london, i'm max fofter. >> and a very good afternoon from cnn hong kong, i'm andrew stephens. you're watching "world business today." our top stories thursday, january 20th. accelerating into the unknown, china's economy races ah
've been writing a lot about u.s. wars in the area looking at iraq and iran, for years i could only say there were two countries in the middle east that had the indigenous capacity to become regional powers. meaning they had money from oil. they had size of territory and population, and they had water. only two countries had both of those. those were iran and iraq. all the other countries had one or two but didn't have all three. israel has all three except size but it was not indigenous. it was -- the power was accessed from elsewhere. and i think from what we've seen is that with the attack on iraq, the destruction of the government of iraq, the occupation of iraq, iraq is no longer a country to become a regional power. the only one left is iran. iran remains in the crosshairs. it's very much a threat to u.s. hegemony in the region because it has the potential to be an independent power. suddenly without oil for money, turkey has risen with an extraordinary policy of wanting to have no enemies among its neighbors, which is an amazing thing to think about as the basis for a foreign pol
advanced today. i am please we completed dozens of deals that will increase u.s. exports by more than $45 billion. from machinery to software, from aviation to agriculture, these deals will support 235,000 american jobs. that includes many manufacturing jobs. this is great news for america's workers. i also stressed to the president of china that there needs to be a level playing field for american companies competing in china. i welcome his commitment that american companies will not be discriminated against when they compete for chinese government procurement contracts. i appreciate his willingness to take new steps to combat the death of intellectual property. we are renewing our long-running cooperation in science and technology that has sparked advances in agriculture and industry. we are moving ahead on our clean energy research center on smart grids and cleaner coal. the united states and china have a responsibility to combat climate change by building on the progress in copenhagen and showing the way to a clean energy future. president hu jintao express' that he agreed with me on
-- [inaudible] how do you think this visit will promote the relationship between u.s. and china? >> i think that some of that may be somewhat dependent on what i just discussed in terms of whether there's cooperation between these countries on different aspects of bilateral and bilateral relationship -- multilateral relationships. there are challenges and things that must be worked through. i know in order to make progress on certain issues you've seen the two countries work together despite again having differences on things like continued economic growth and human rights and i think that's -- i think that's where you see the two presidents discuss tomorrow. >> will there be joint statements? >> just at the press conference. i know there will be coverage of the oval meeting. there will be the coverage of the ceo's, and coverage obviously on the arrival -- obviously there's some weather balancing concerns we're working through for tomorrow's state arrival, but obviously the press conference and the questions tomorrow. yes? >> following up on that in terms of a joint statement. shouldn't we
we've seen at several demonstrations today. they're saying that hosni mubarak supports u.s. policy in the region and that supports israel and they say, we don't want that. and the indication is, is that if they have a political voice here, they would seek to change that political dynamic in the middle east. but there's a huge amount of anger at the united states. because they really feel they're supporting president hosni mubarak. and while we've been out tonight, the demonstrations continuing way past the curfew. we've seen tracer gunfire and heard heavy gunfire being fired way over the tops of the crowds by soldiers at checkpoints. warning them, warning the demonstrators not to come too close to the army checkpoints, christine? >> we're here, watching the pictures and watching your reports and we see the police and then we see army checkpoints and we see tanks. and we're wondering, who do the people trust on the street there? sometimes you see people embracing and talking to and taking pictures with the army. sometimes you see them throwing rocks at the police. give us a little s
in tokyo. >>> the minutes of a u.s. federal reserve meeting show that policy makers agreed to maintain additional credit-easing measures amid a persistently high jobless rate. the fed's move raised criticism that it may lead to higher long-term interest rates, which could delay the recovery of the housing market. critics also said further monetary easing may also cause more inflation than necessary. but the minutes from the december 14th meeting, released on tuesday, showed that the agreement was reached as risks outweigh the possibility that u.s. economic recovery could pick up its pace due to rising consumer spending. the risks include a worsening of the housing market due to continued high employment. state and city governments may cut spending or raise taxes due to deteriorating fiscal health. and the european debt problem may also negatively impact the u.s. economy. the minutes add that u.s. long-term interest rates rose due to an improving economic outlook and because the fed's additional easing fell below some market expectations. >>> here in japan leading department store sales
>>> egypt in crisis. >>> egypt in crisis. opposition to the government grows, as the u.s. calls for an orderly transition to democracy and warned american citizens to get out. >>> brace for impact. half the country will feel the effects of a massive storm system, packing heavy snow, and record cold. >>> and royal sweep. "the king's speech" clings up at >>> and royal sweep. "the king's speech" clings up at the screen actor's guild awards. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning, thanks for joining us, i'm joel brown in for betty nguyen. we begin in egypt and the push to remove president hosni mubarak from office. anti-government demonstrators are beginning to fight a curfew. thousands camped out in central cairo, so far unchallenged by the army. for the time being the outlawed muslim brotherhood has formed an alliance with secular protesters. the military, which is generally supported by the public, is trying to fill the void left by police, which just began returning to the streets. about 100 people have been killed during seven days of protests. this morning, the u.s. began e
.org. your thoughts this morning -- u.s.-china relations, good or bad? we will start with "usa today" and their story about this. host: on the docket for things to talk about between the two presidents -- this is from "usa today." north korea, iran host: given all of that, what do you think? u.s.-china relations? good or bad? we want to get your thoughts and comments on this question this morning. this is from the front page of "the washington times." this is a quote from a wisconsin firm. host: first phone call on this. mike, republican. go ahead. caller: the business relationship between u.s. and china is tedious at best. i am not one that would normally agree with the democrats, but i think these businesses need to get a better deal. the flip side of that argument is the military relationship and the fact that china is attempting to do essentially what the united states did it in the early 1940's, building their military industrial complex. china is doing that and it is doing that through the devaluation of their own currency, making king's cheaper. as will be pointed out by multi
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